An extraordinary builder
The Arts Building has been renamed Hamelin Hall in honour of former uOttawa president Marcel Hamelin, whose career on campus spans five decades.
From Estonia, to Finland, to Ottawa—Former Gee-Gees Johnny Berhanemeskel (BSocSc ʼ15), Myriam English (BEd ʼ15) and Ettore Lattanzio (BA ʼ15) are pursuing their dreams in professional sports.
Exporting our medical model
uOttawa’s focus on teaching Canadian family medicine at the Ottawa-Shanghai Joint School of Medicine could help spearhead reforms to primary care in China.
Theatre of dreams
Nine theatre alumni including Margo MacDonald (BA ʼ91), Caroline Yergeau (BA ʼ09) and Louis-Phillipe Roy (BA ʼ08) recently won Rideau Awards. More acts are sure to follow when uOttawa’s black box theatre opens in 2017.
A hunger to help
Danika Gagnon (BA ʼ08) marks the first anniversary of her new socially conscious clothing business.
Born blind, Yusuke Kumai (PhD ʼ13, Biology) was a rising star researcher, until his life was cut short this summer. Friends and family are working to keep that star shining.
Engineering alumnus Raj Narula (BASc ʼ80) helps Canadian innovation and education flourish in India.
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